The Chinese use of copper in financing schemes takes another turn as some banks begin suspending...
The Chinese use of copper in financing schemes takes another turn as some banks begin suspending loans against the metal after finding companies using the same collateral to apply for loans from more than one lender. While putting a number on it is impossible, the practice is almost certainly a source of false demand for the metal.
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